Average motoring costs up by 21%
- Insurance up by 30.7%
- Fuel up by 22.9%
- Annual running costs up by 21.1%
Drivers are paying 21% more to run their cars than just a year ago, new research has found.
A Sainsbury's Finance study found that that the average motorist has suffered a £537 (21.1%) increase to their annual motoring budget.
On average we're paying £320.69 more on fuel, while insurance costs have risen by 30.7%.
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